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THE 1VENIHO ftERALP, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
T, JOLT is, nm
rORTIiAND HAS "UVK"
I take op the profession of aaraiat wan
a fallniw. lira. Hanaen aald. and aa a
BILL DROPPED i malt one Buffalo Institution waa
' I compelled to close out of Ita depart-
Them will m do antl-clgarette ntvnla.
mauure on me .allot in uregon next ..Hotp,ul training school, of the
Mremner, says me i-oniaaa """United States hate reached a high
Mian. D. E. Frost, former con- u, o effc,ncy tnd Mw hospitals
ateblo of Oregon Cltr and author of d Myf aBg f0 nml w ,,.
the bill, aald that he would not file , ,, homM are int ery
the petltlone In the offlce of the C;WB,rBi.. Mrg. ,Bietl ,,,, ..bnt ,h,
ratary of state for the reason that ncceM,ry pupl u ,0 OT The
. w.. .WrU.., .. ..- countr, nW)li another Florence
"I am throught with reforms." de-
tared Mr. Frost. "The persona who ' ...
arged me to submit this measure' Amon tne """? varletlea ot fsns
fell down on the job. I did not re- ln UM mon ,na ' ne
oelva any considerable support from'rade ot w,,Mlroof P"Pr wn,ch cn
, charches and schools, nor from the d",Pd ,n w",or- -d crte co
WMtn'i Christian Temperance n'M bT evaporation,
alon. 1 did not obtain a single slg-
nature from Multnomah county. I, "r "" ""
was told by many of my friends that , Notice Is hereby glen that on or before shity days from the first day of
. ,1-,. ... -. ..- - .1-..HS Ju,T- 190 tB County Coart of Klamath County, Oregon, will. In open
the time was not np for drastic Court tCMBet au warrants In the hands of the County Clerk of said County,
aseaaure, and It may hare been that)wtilch hare been Issued and not protested for a period of soven years or
they were correct. The war made a more prior to the first day cf July, 130; also all warrants wilt be held
vast difference. In the sentiment of 'f naught, and payment thereof stopped, w,here It appears that same have
.. , . ., . . v i i I occn proiraieu lur a pvnou oi seven jrara pnur iu mo urn unj oi juij.
tta people and It Is favorable to clg- 1920 and hare been duly called by the County Treasurer but not presented
arettes. In some cases fully SO per for payment.
tiat of the names wera atrlcken from ' The following list shows the names of payees, date, number and amount
the petitions by county clerks, due ' warr'n' how,, b " to be acted upon by the County Court a
10 ine isci mai ine names am noi . first
represent registered voters. This
wark has cost me a lot of time and
erne money, for I received very lit
tle financial aid. ,
'The time may come In Oregon
when the people will deny the uso ot
the cigarette, but I am going to 'let
George do It' next time."
SHANGHAI, June I, (Uy Mail).
Portland,, Ore., probably It the first
city In the world to tend abroad a
publicity agent to advertise Ita ad
vantages aa a commercial center and
J. F. Duckley, who Is Orltental traf
fic agent of the port of Portland, cer
tainly Is the first city representative
cf this kind to come to China. In
Shanghai he has set In motion a cam
paign of publicity to acquaint ship
pers throughout China with the ex
tensive port Improvements that have
been and are to be carried out by the
PLAN TO BM
Warrants received from the County Clerk but not pretested:
BUFFALO, July 13. Unless some
remedy Is found for the acute short
ago of nurses, many hospitals of the
oaatry will be compelled to curtail
their operations, asserts Mrs. Annie
L. Hansen, superintendent of the
Buffalo District Nursing association,
la her annual report. A recent cam
paign to Induce more young women to
A bm it u old M bit orfnn ; be
aaa bw m rlfocro, and baahhy
rn their fonKioda, nap
vital oraw bMHby wkfa
L. D., Burke ........
J. E. Wbltlatch
C. A. Arnold ........
E. J. Casebeer .
F. P. Corpenlng
A. Kinney .........
J. It. Bitter
P. E. Saxer ..
... ...... ......acneral
Warrants protested by the County Treasurer and called:
Chas. Patteo ....
Warrants In the hsnds of the County Clerk:
J. H. Court ..........
Frank Pine ..........
H. M. Daniels
Frank Plcbold .....
II. B. Manchester .
John S. Moore .
Lester Maxwell ..
H. II. Williams
J. W. Jackson
! O. W. Brady
Jack Lilly ..-i
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i'ISM; comcta dtaofdersj stismlat
All dreggists. vm wamm,
-..July 6, 1912
...Sept. 4, 1912
.-.Sept. 4, 1912
Sept. 4, 1912
.Nov. 7, 1912
Jan. 3. 1913
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Jan. 3, 1913
Ian. 3. 1913
-..Feb. 6, 1913
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June 4, 1913
.May 9, 1913
May 9, 1913
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Apr. 5. 1913
pr. 5. 1913
Crater Lake Circle No. 734 Apr. E, 1913
Albert Peel Mar. . 1913
C. A. Blley Mar. 6. 1913
C. Brose . . .July 22, 1912
State of Oregon, County of Klamath, ss:
I, C. It. DeLap, County Clerk of tho above named County and State,
hereby certify that the within and foregoing is a true and correct list ot
County Warrants subject to cancellation aa the same appear of record In my
office and in my. care and custody. '
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have.herunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of the County Court, this 3rd day of July, 1920.
C. R. DE LAP, County Clerk.
By Garrett K. Van Riper, Deputy.
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and refreshing flavor and their smooth'
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they're made to fit your taste
You can start with Camels quality as
one reason for their goodness. Then, to
quality add Camels expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos
which you will quickly and surely prefer
to either kind smoked straight I All that
gives you the most delightful cigarette
any smoker ever put a match to 1
Camels never tire your taste, no matter
how liberally you smoka And, Camels
are free from any unpleasant
cjgaretty aftertaste or un
pleasant cigaretty odorl
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cigarette at any price!
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TSINAN, Shantung Province,
China. Juno 10, (Uy Mall), While
tho Shantung problem remains un
solved and the Japanese occupation
ot areas Germany formerly controlled
continues, a means to oppose the Jap
anese naa neen women out niong
economic lines by C'hu Ylng-kuang,
civil governor of the province.
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to bo regarded by foreigners of tho
far east as one of China's greatest ad
ministrative figures, has launched the
daring project of building within
8hantung a great system of highways
to be used by an automobile truck
service In connecting all Important
centers. As a corollary, he plans to
deepen and Improve waterways so
that these roads and streams will
afford to Chlncso of tho province
transportation system that will place
them on an equal footing with tho
Japanese who now control rbannota
Under tho direction of T'and En
Hand, a graduate ot Purdue univers
ity, who has been mailo director ot .
tho newly created burosu of roads'
and waterways In Shantung, active
surveying work In connection with ,
tho project hss been started cut of
Tslnan and present plans contemplate
the building of 1,600 miles of high-1
ways and tho deepening ot tho Hsiao
Ch-lng river. Tho purpoie Is to J
weave all Important cities of tho'
province Into a unified transports-j
IS JUST THE MACHINE YOU NEED TO HELP
YOU HARVEST YOUR HAY CROP WITH
EFFICIENCY AND FACILITY
WE HAVE NOT RAISED THE PRICE
ot these mowers. Ycu can buy them now at the prices which pre
vailed beforo the present high prices went Into effect, and this fact,
coupled with the ease with which they can be operated, and tbo
efficiency with which they do .the work., Is sn inducement yon should
not overlook. OTERH ARB 11UYINO TIIKM TI1SRKH A
We also have on hand a
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AND MOT TTPIM
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Under oxlstlng conditions many ot
these cities, as for example tho port
of Chefoo, are hamstrung economic
ally by tho lack of adequate trunn
portatlon facilities, The Chlncso
hope the plan will break the back
bone of Japan's economic domination '
Governor C'hu's proposed motor
road system touches the sea at three
points, Lung K'ou, Chefoo and Hal
Yang and connects with tho Tientsin
and Pukow railroad at a point not yet
determined. Tho whole road system
Is made up of seven trunk highways
connected by 10 branch highways.
A scheme of financing to carry out
The WADE DRAG SAW
will solve the wood problem fcr you Ihls winter. Lait winter It was
almost Impossible to gut wood, and this winter it will l.o the satna
old story over sgaln, With a Wade Drag Saw. you can saw up your
winter's supply In Jig tlmv. and at a minimum of labor and oxponie.
Only a couple of these saws loft.
Klamath Falls, Agents
AMERICAN LEGION ,
IS NOT NEW TERM
CAMP PIKE. Ark., July 13. The
first "American Legion" was founded
In 1793, and its existence, by that
the big project by which the funds 'n"me' ""ln.ted " War de-
a - J J. .JJ.il' i'l ..tl
under which Julius Caesar and hU
successors conquered as much of taa
world as was then known.
Tho American "legion" waa com
manded by General Anthony Wayne
("Mad Anthony") and waa organised
under his direction at Pittsburgh,
Pa., In May 1793. President Wash
ington Instructed General Wayne "do
not sparo powder and lead, so that
to do the work will be supplied ,n;Pwent records show that when the
part by merchants, land owner, and ! '"' "n " woriaiilied In
other, in h hen.fl.l an In .,, h. " following the ItOVolUtlonary
ih. nro.inri.i ,..,.,.. .,.jfn- ". H waaiflrst officially designated! the men be made marksmen.'
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to official announcement, hss recclv-'1"" -,b,u" "" " "uu ii.niur, iouni in uniy un
cd widespread endorsement through-l,our ""-'"" " w"'c" " ""iieKion at .Miami iinpius in me ivsn-
unucu niuica inianiry waa a pari. I iiiCKy.wnio-iniJiin ruuniry iuu
The idea cf designating tbo United; 20, 1794, engaging a forco of hostile
out tho province.
Ml FOB 1 UN
States army as tho legion originated
with General Knox, secretary of war
under Georgu Washlncton. Tho army
was patterned niter tho Itoman
legion, the old military organltatlon
Indians. In 1796, It having been do
elded that the Itoman formation waa
not suitable for fighting Indians, the
legion was disbanded and reorganised
Into four reKlmtmtit ot Infantry.
lint iHl(Mnl M K. Ci t.
PA IUS, Juno 25, (lly Mull). IUr
gcd, hatless and practically nhooK'i,
an elderly man wus sitting In a park
on tho south sldo of tho Seine u few
nights slnco, muttering to himself,
CO, CO, 70, tho while stacking thin
little slips of paper onu upon tho
other. He uttractcd tbo attention ot
two gendarmes for ho hnd apparently
been drinking too much wine. .lie
wus taken to tho station.
The desk sergeant was bewildered
when tho ragged man explained that
the little slips of paper he was count
ing wore good bills of the Dank of
Prune.) nnil that Ihn flan-pa tin rna!
mumbling represented their amount.
He bad 110.080 francs.
"I won this money at tbo races,"
explained the denizen of tbo park.
. It developed that tho man was ono
lillllgot, a former colonial soldier, ut
times street newspaper vendor,
known to tho citizens of Gronelie
ward ln" Paris as "Father of Luck"
or "Father Cherry" (tho llttlo fruit
being known In (ho parlance of tho
Paris gambling circles us tho emblem
of luck.) Ho had run up HO francs,
tho amount of his ponslon paid to
111 in us an ex-soldlor, Into 110,080
fraiirs. Tho police rfcluasod him, aftor
giving him a llttlo ndvlco about count-
Miib hlii wealth In public parka whilo
.llglitly undor tho Influence of rod
llllltgot Invested 80,000 francs in
n lltu annuity tho noxt morning,
bought a suit of clothes, shoes, et
cntora, and beforo departing for Saint
"liiud racetrack called on tho friend
Uy pollco sergeant and gavo him a tip
mi uiu rut; jur iuui aiiornoon me
horse won. Tho newspaper "L
'Kclalr'1 has offered him 100 franca
lr day for bis racing selections Until
tho end of tljojeason,
Ja soma of the villages of 8erba
very few,o. fbe,lbablUBU eaa read
or wrIU. N
aiit Sally-she Tcnew
WHEN I was spall.
I USED to watch.
PUT UP fruit.
FOR THE winter.
I REMEMBER how.
8HE.PACKED It all.
IN CLEAN glass Jars.
AND SEALED tho tops.
TO KEEP out.
ALL THE nlr and kocp.
THE JUICY flavor In.
AND ALL tho winter,
THANKS TO hor. '
WE HAD tbo fruits.
OP SUMMER oi) our table.
SO WHEN I happened.
ON SOME cigarettes.
WRAPPED NEATLY up,
IN A glasslno Jacket,
. DIDNT think.
BUT RATHER that.
THE EXTRA wrapper.
KEPT AIR and dampnestv
AND GOODNESS In..
SO THAT'S another.
OLAME GOOD ronson why.
QUITE right, thut neat K1asslno
Jacket Iwn'tjust for looks. It
protects your Chestorndds from ,
tho weather seals In tho flavor of '
thoHo wondorful Turkish und Do
mestic tobaccos keeps them In
prlmo uhnpo Jor smoking! Ham or ;
shine; winter or summer. Chester
fields alumyi "satisfyl"
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